With the petrol-diesel disparity narrowing down by the day, Audi has decided to introduce the petrol variant of its flagship SUV, the Q7. The all-new Q7 was launched in 2016 and has been one of the most popular Audi cars in their 10-year journey in the subcontinent.
The new Audi Q7 introduced the new Audi styling cues to the Indian car market with its sharp creases and the angular hexagonal grille.
The top-spec Technology pack gets these intelligent matrix LED headlamps while the DRLs are standard across the range.
The three-box SUV looks butch in profile as well, with flared wheel arches and the 19-inch alloys offered on the Q7 as a standard.
On the inside, the cockpit is driver oriented and comes with all the convenience features like steering mounted audio controls, cruise control, power mirrors etc.
The cabin is spacious and it gets four-zone climate control, leather upholstery, power seats and a large panoramic sunroof as standard on the petrol trim.
Under the hood sits a 2.0-litre turbocharged TFSI engine that develops 248bhp of power and 370Nm of torque, propelling the car to a top-speed of 233kmph.
The last row of seats can be folded electrically to open the humongous boot. When open, the third row of seats is good enough for three kids to sit while also keeping some room for luggage.
The Audi Q7 petrol is priced at Rs 67.76 lakhs, ex-showroom India, for the Premium pack and costs Rs 74.43 lakhs for the top-spec Technology pack.